As celebrating 125 years of making quality jeans, Lee Cooper teamed with Honda to launch a special kind of anniversary package. This package comes under the Honda CB 1100 Black Seeds Lee Cooper name. To be noted that Black Seeds already exists as a special edition for Honda’s CB1100 but the new result is simply outstanding.
The Black Seeds is basically a normal CB1100 with a Café Racer hooligan approach. The small fairing along with the Yoshimura exhaust, Őhlins suspension, lowered handle bar and blacked out look really put an aggressive touch on the Lee Cooper CB. The Famous Jeans logo can be seen on the fairing and on the side panels. The gas tank has painted stitches on the edges and the 70s inspired seat comes in brown leather.
If we can trace a parallel between the Lee Cooper Black Seeds and the jeans we can see that both have something in common. In the 60s and 70s, Jeans have become the symbol of democracy, freedom and rebellion against a conservative society that many countries faced back then. The Café Racer did nothing but enhanced that rebel attitude.
This parallel alone makes the Honda CB1100 Black Seeds Lee Cooper so unique. After all it is a special edition after a special edition. The bike can be bought for a price of 15.590€ and will be available starting March 5th.